"My brother makes an epic of a molecule what would he do with the world?"

New York City. The beginnings of the 20th Century. Two brothers, sit listening to the gramophone amidst 136 tons of debris, antiques and junk. When a beautiful guest arrives, a reaction occurs and everybody's lives are thrown into sharp focus. As the music becomes ever more raucous, hidden desires bubble to the surface and hopeful possibilities arise, if only they can leave the apartment!

The UK premiere of Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg’s thrilling and fascinating play is brought to life in the anarchic spaces of the former Central St Martins and stars Andrew Scott, David Dawson and Joanna Vanderham.

Director Simon Evans
Designer Ben Stones
Lighting Designer Neil Austin
Composer & Sound Designer Edward Lewis 


DAY SEATS NOTICE

Due to unprecedented demand, and in order not to block the thoroughfare leading up to Found111 on Charing Cross Road, from Tuesday 19 January all day seats will only be available online, in advance of the performance.  They will be released daily at 8.30am viaTheDazzle.co.uk.

To avoid any unnecessary and ultimately disappointing time waiting in the cold, from Tuesday 19 January please do not arrive at Found 111 without a pre-purchased ticket for the show.

Tickets from £10

Found111

FOUND111 is a temporary space at 111 Charing Cross Road, the original site of the Central St Martins School of Art. For decades the site has been a hub of creativity and the springboard for some of the most seminal artists of our contemporary cultural landscape.

Run by Emily Dobbs, FOUND111 is a  temporary space for exciting theatre in a unique site specific environment, in the heart of Soho.

Before you immerse yourself in the world of the Collyer Brothers climb the stairs to The Dazzles' exclusive bar - The Tipple Club -  for a taste of the contemporary speakeasy.

Inspired by the coolest bars in New York and London with new twists on classic cocktails, Twist London’s award-winning mixologists, outstanding service and the buzz of Cotton Club Jazz fill this anarchic, reclaimed space in the old Central St Martin’s School of Art on Charing Cross Road.

Open pre-show from 6pm through until post-show at 11pm to ticket holders ONLY. Tickets must be presented on the door to gain entry.

You came for The Dazzle, now stay for a Tipple.

For any enquiries and more information on Found111 please go to www.emilydobbsproductions.com/found/ or contact info@found111.co.uk